Interfacing-to-the-Analog-World Related Question Answers

101. The formula for Kinetic energy is






102. Metals are solids except






103. Non-metal elements with diatomic molecules are from






104. After Ne, the enthalpy change of vaporization is highest in






105. The most reactive metal in given series is






106. The process in which α and β rays pass close to atoms and knock the electrons out is called






107. The nucleon number of an element is equal to the






108. Polystyrene drinking cup can act like the apparatus of






109. The terminal potential difference of battery depends on






110. While forming magnesium oxide, magnesium






111. Dimensions of relative density are






112. Which one of the following is a form of energy?






113. The ice point is equal to 273 K, which is equal to






114. Diffraction of slow moving electrons is used to estimate






115. The mean drift velocity of electron in a copper wire having cross-sectional area 5.0x10-6 m2 carrying current of 1 A and having number density 8.5x1028 m3 is






116. The proportion of successful collision increase with the increase in






117. −78 °C is the






118. If a person in the mall moves a trolley with a force of 60 N and the trolley moves the distance of 20 m, the work done will be






119. The higher the temperature the vibration of particles would be






120. 2-amino carboxylic acid is building block in manufacturing of






121. People requiring an x ray of stomach are given a porridge of






122. The wavelength of 2.0 MHz ultrasound waves in tissue is






123. In a Redox reaction,






124. The objects that don't produce their own light are called






125. As the wave travels, the intensity






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